Former President Donald Trump is facing four cases brought forth by prosecutors, but according to his legal spokeswoman, Alina Habba, these charges are not about winning or the merits of the case.
As reported by the Conservative Brief on Wednesday, September 20, Habba claims that the intention behind these charges is to tie Trump up legally and prevent him from campaigning.
While speaking on “Carl Higbie FRONTLINE” she argued that the trial schedule is intentionally designed to make it impossible for Trump to focus on his campaign activities.
Habba asserted that Trump is a resilient and strong individual who loves the country, and this motivation will only strengthen him and his base.
“But you know, they picked the wrong guy. He is resilient, he is wealthy, and he is strong — and he loves this country, and it only motivates him and his base,” she added.
She noted that the charges against Trump are part of a larger effort to control him, as those in power see Republicans as a threat to the Constitution and the country.
Habba expressed her concern that the division caused by such actions is hurting the nation.
In a previous interview on Fox News, Habba discussed the indictments against Trump and how the trial dates, particularly those scheduled to begin in March 2024 during the GOP primary, are intended to damage his campaign.
Habba emphasized that the indictments are one-sided and part of a political scheme to interfere with Trump’s candidacy for president.
When asked about the timeline for the trials, Habba criticized the efforts of prosecutors to rush proceedings and argued that it was unrealistic and obvious.
She suggested that judges would need to determine a more reasonable timeline, expressing her belief that it is impossible for one person to be present in multiple places at once.
Habba also claimed that the timing of the indictments and grand jury proceedings is meant to distract from Joe Biden’s leadership as president.
Habba concluded by stating that she has confidence in their legal team and their ability to challenge the charges effectively.
She believes that if fair judges are involved, they will ensure due process and uphold the Constitution.
Habba criticized the alleged bias in holding trials and suggested that it amounts to election interference.